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. that's it for forbes on fox. thank you for watching. the number one busines block continuous with eric boling and cashin in. >> eric: exchanging fire over gun control. lawmakers setting their sites on universal background checks. will it keep us safe or infringe on my wallet. price tag is trillionings. how will we get out of break. the break down now how much it costs us. jay 0 and beyonce taking heat for traveling to cub a. free style cashin in starts right now. i am eric bowl welcome to cashin' in. wayne rogers and john thon and kimberly and july and welcome everybody. we'll get to michelle in a moment. and the cost of immigration. , mandatory background checkings for all gun owners gaining support. dc is debating if it is unconstitutional. who in the world will pay for the background checkings. kimberly, it will cost a lot of money. >> it did. did anybody think about want cost of the that and what the background checks always in place. where is the value-added benefit and putting forward extra costs? they have been able to get individuals to sign on to it and there were courting goi
about it. keeping an eye out for you, cashin' in right now. >> hi, i'm eric boling. our cashin' in crew in just a moment. first to senator rand paul. senator, you are a huge proponent of privacy rights other lawmakers are adding to calling for more security cameras? >> if the government is going to use cameras to watch us, they need to have probable cause. they need to have an argument in the constitution then i'm okay with it. but willy-nilly in open spaces, i'm against that. one thing that is was lost the cameras to catch the men in boston were private cameras and i'm not on against private companies to protect their property. >> eric: we talked to a bunch of people. to the last person everyone said i want more cameras. i want it especially in areas that are prone to attacks. they want more -- why shouldn't we have more? >> i think in the aftermath of the terrible tragedy where all of us wanted to get young men that committed the atrocity. we want to see them tried and convicted. i think there is a lot of emotion and. 70% of people they would trade all their freedom for security after
more awake, more alert, sleep better and eat less. >> healthier. >> eric: doctors, good to see you. see you next sunday. >> heather: thank you. >> have a good week. >> heather: we begin with a fox news alert. new revelations, raising questions about whether the u.s. is keeping track of potential terrorists. we are learning that the mother of the boston bombing suspect was in a federal terrorism data base 18 months before the attack. welcome to a new hour inside america news headquarters. i'm heather childers in for jamie colby. >> eric: good morning. i'm eric shawn. the chairman of the house homeland security committee telling fox news this morning he believes there is a foreign connection. the pair could not have done this all on their own. what about their mother? zubeidat? she has claimed the attacks were fake, the blood was paint and her sons were set up. is there self-serving region for her outrageous claims? peter king is member of the homeland security commission and joins us from washington. good morning. good to see you. >> thank you. >> eric: can you comment on the report we h
good night from washington. gretawire.com. dr. ben carson. but make way for the five. >> i'm eric boling and we're here in new york city. this is the five. >> eric: we got a lot to get to tonight, who are the real racists in america? dr. ben carson says white liberals. did jay and jimmy make peace? some developments on the late night front. the gun debate is dominating news. in connecticut they agreed to the strictest gun laws in america. in georgia, a small town passes a lieu that requires all homes to have a gun. in washington, the nra rolled out there million dollar study recommending several ways to improve gun safety including their national school shield. america's appetite for guns is waning. a support for universal background checks, down, banning assault weapons, down. arming our schools, down! the question is -- is gun control legislation doa on capitol hill. >> bob: it's dead on arrival. >> you owe me a coke. >> bob: are you asking me. i still believe that the background checks with the exceptions of family members will be a part of this bill. there is certainly no way
eric holder taking some heat for defending the timing on reading the boston bombing suspects his miranda rights. white house core departments and at the white house correspondents dinner last night holder spoke exclusively to cnn about his decision. athena jones has more from washington. >> reporter: attorney general eric holder under fire from republicans for agreeing to a judge's decision to read the boston bombing suspect his miranda rights. dzhokhar has since clammed up. valuable sfogs out of reach. speaking to cnn holder answered that for the first time at white house correspondents dinner. >> the decision to mirandize him is one that the magistrate and totally consistent with the laws that we have. we had a two-day period we were able to question him under the public safety exception. i think everyone was done appropriately and we got leads. >> reporter: republican party king shooting back saying investigators may never find out whether others were involved and how the brothers became radicalized. >> the fact is that the fbi was only 16 hours into an i
with kimberly guilfoyle, greg gutfeld, eric bolling. and bob beckel. we are in new york city and this is the five. well, you're not going to believe the latest news on the boston terror suspects. you, the hard-working taxpayer, may have been picking up their tab. yep. massachusetts state officials have confirmed that 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev, who was killed in a shootout with police was living on tax-pair -- payer funded welfare up until last year. both brothers grew up on welfare with their parents in massachusetts. so there you have it. taxpayers potentially funding jihad. greg, this brother living off welfare with his wife. also both brothers grew up on welfare. if you could get in a boxing ring and if you could slug it out, don't you think could maybe get a job? >> let's face it, a lot of criminals in the united states are on welfare, so this isn't a big surprise. but we have heard of state sponsored terror. the united states is now a state that sponsors terror. it sponsors its own terror. and, frankly, welfare is no different than tenure. we already sponsored terror
i think they're full of it. good night. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> eric: hello. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, andrea tantaros, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: president "o" chalking up another first today. he became the first sitting president the address america's largest abortion provider, planned parenthood. watch! ♪ ♪ >> hello, everybody! >> i want to thank all of you. for the remarkable work that you are doing day in and day out and n providing quality healthcare for women all across america. as long as we have to fight to protect a woman's right to make her own choices about her own health, i want you to know you have a president who will be right there with you, fighting every step of the way. thank you, planned parenthood. god bless you. >> eric: okay. we know how you feel about that group, mr. president. now our viewer what is planned parenthood stands for and remember the president just said he stands behind that group every step of the way. >> if a baby is born on the table, a
on both south korea and the u.s. we'll have a live report from washington. >> eric: we should find out if colorado prosecutors will can see the death penalty will can see the death penalty against james holmes. prosecutors rejected a plea deal from the defense because holmes' terrence wouldn't release results of a psychiatric tests. he is accused of opening fire inside a packed theater last july killing 12 people and wounding 60 others. capital punishment is legal in colorado, state has not executed anyone since 1977. >> they are trying to reach a final agreement on immigration reform plan. they agreed on a provision that will allow thousands of workers with limited skills to enter the u.s. a group of eight senators say they have agreed on the plan. it calls for giving $11 million undocumented immigrants a pass to citizenship. some republican senators say more details need to be woushgd out. a rally will take place in oakland today calling for full citizenship for all immigrants and open borders. it starts at noon at the plaza in fruitvale district. a march will follow at 1:00 p.m. int
or emails while driving. that habit could have deadly consequences. >> eric: new details are still coming to lighted in a man's rampage at crowded walmart store in the south bay. they tell abc news the driver hit two cars before driving through the front of the store. front of the store is boarded upright now after the rampage but this is right after the incident. some of this video posted on youtube. after the driver crashed into a storefront he got out and swung a club at customers. four people were hurt and one seriously. they have not released the name of driver but the car is registered to a hamid zayid. >> they are investigating three separate fatal shootings in the span of three hours. it happened at 8:00 last night at 70th avenue. follows two other shooting international boulevard, one-half 4:00 p.m. and another about 10:00 yesterday morning. they examined this car with a shot out window and looked for other clues. victim died after being rushed to the hospital. no arrests have been made. >> eric: teammates of a college athlete killed near his home in san francisco are planning a
i'm dana perino and eric boling and grumpy greg gut field. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five". >> dana: we're going to have a little fun on the five and not beat up on bob in the "a" block. conspiracy theories. how many people believe in them? do you think aliens landed at roswell. was the moon landing and is big foot real? there is new poll out that just how many americans believe some of this stuff. eric, has your black helicopter dropped you off at fox, did you have any conspiracy theories in mind. >> eric: i do take a black helicopter. they are always there, by the way. [ laughter ] >> are you ready. producer, for five days has promised i could tell the world we are number two in all of cable news in all of 2013. and we run out of time. my conspiracy theater is that porter has known it all along. i thank our wonderful audience for number two and bring them along the ride to number one. >> dana: well played. andrea, you know there were times in capitol hill when you would be getting a ton of calls and people would have a theory, conspiracy theory. oft
! >> tomorrow on "fox & friends." join us at 6:00 a.m. we'll be gone. have a great day. ♪ >> eric: we begin with a fox news alert. one hour, monday morns, don a north korea. monday is the 100-year anniversary of kim jong il's grandfather, the founder of of the desperate nation and it could be the day that kim jong un orders the missiles fired. secretary of state kerry meeting with the chinese and japanese leaders as they continue on sunday morning to defy the world. december fite efforts, pyongyang released a new video. it shows them attacking with us nuclear missiles. it seems, though, they thought that arkansas was colorado. they apparently seem to attack los angeles. new york. as well as hawaii. good morning. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> jamie: great to see you. >> eric: great to be with you. >> jamie: that is what they threatened to do. keep a close eye on that this hour. i'm jamie colby. great to have you here. secretary of state kerry, we have been reporting affirming that china and japan will work together to rid north korea of nuclear weapons. the secretary saying that
to america's i'm heather childers with n for jamie colby. >>> i'm eric shawn. he is being kept under heavy facility. he is right now at the federal medical center, located on the ground of a former army base. it's right in the middle of the state. it is designed specifically for inmates in need of long term medical care. they ce more secure than he potentially was at the hospital in downtown boston. david lee miller is live near that bombing site. good morning david lee. >> reporter: good morning. ordinarily on a sunday morning the square behind me would be quiet and sleepy. that is not the case this morning. almost two weeks after the double bombings took place just a few hundred feet where i am now. take a look over my shoulder. off in the distance you can see the makeshift memorial that you mentioned. thousands are still coming to here throughout the day bringing flowers and cards and o items of rbrance. this as six of those that were injured remain in the hospital. many of those who were hurt lost limbs. others suffered serious injuries that will require months and months, possibly a l
&friends.com i& -- fox&fs where the cool kids go. >> eric: we start with a fox news alert. alarming details and developments out of north korea. more bluster and warnings from king jung un. there is predictions that the dictator could be planning a blunt surprise for the world in 72 hours from now. good morning, everyone. on sunday morning. i'm eric shawn. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> jamie: hi, everybody. i'm jamie colby. great to have you with us. a lot of breaking news this hour, including south korea. now bracing for north to conduct a missile test. expected by wednesday. it may just be a scare tactic, but after a barrage of threats in the last week, it may be hard to separate bluff from reality. and then there is this. state tv releasing provocative new pictures. north korea's leader inspecting military equipment, including small aircraft, launch in the sky by rockets. then they drop bombs. also driving the tensions at this hour are reports that the north placed two missiles on mobile launchers. that may be the medium range musedon, a ballistic missile with a range of 2,5
'm jamie colby. >> i'm eric shawn. good morning, jamie. >> good morning. >> good morning, everyone. the fbi and that special high value federal investigative team very obviously anxious to start asking questions. we're told that the suspected terrorist is in no condition to talk. governor patrick said dzhokhar is not communicative at this point. he has at least two gunshot wounds, we're told, apparently one from the carjacking bomb throwing incident thursday night. he happens to be in the same hospital that's treating about a dozen of the bombing victims. that's where we find molly line at beth israel in downtown boston. good morning, molly. >> reporter: good morning, shawn. dzhokhadzhokhar tsarnaev is undy guard. as you mentioned, there are federal authorities here looking forward to asking him some very important questions. we have some new information from the boston police commissioner, ed davis, who on "fox news sunday" said that the fbi has not been able to start questioning this suspect because he is in no condition to be interrogated. we know that he's in serious condition and that
. one person has been detained for questioning. >> eric: happening now, a new crackdown on distracted driving is under way this morning and no april fool's joke. cornell, you have to figure out the phone call you want to make in your car is really necessary. >> reporter: exactly. they say the last lau has not changed, it's illegal to text and drive but so many people here in california are still doing it. here is a live look at southbound 101 this morning. starting today, thousands of cops statewide will be cracking down on drivers texting or talking on handheld phones. last year police wrote 400,000 tickets for people talking while driving. about 21,000 for people who were texting. that has police concerned because it takes drivers' eyes off the road. many drivers we're talking admit they try to be good but not always. >> i use the phone in the car when i probably shouldn't. it's a course of habit. what kind of problems were they having in california. >> a lot of distracted drivers according to police. >> there probably once a year there is a serious accident. teenagers, mostly, righ
great to see both of you. >> eric: thank you as always. we begin with a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters with the fox news alert. she volunteered to go to afghanistan to help school children, joining the american foreign service to make the world a better place. she has been killed in the libe of duty, she was only 25 years old. >> jamie: so tough to report these stories. this is a brand-new hour. the state department is confirming that anne smedingoff was killed when a her convoy was targeted. she was delivering textbooks to school children. she joined the foreign service, 3 years ago out of johns hopkins yrt. secretary of state kerry is traveling in the region and will arrive shortly in israel. and woe have the latest from our mideast bureau in jerusalem. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry arrived to jump-start the middle-east peace process. he spent much of the day in turkey, meeting the prime minister about the israeli/palestinian conflict. >> but overshad owing the trip was the news that a 25-year-old diplomat was killed on saturday. 3 u.s. troop, includi
okay? >> absolutely. >> jamie: have a great week. >> eric: we start a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters with a fox news alert. it is monday morning in north korea. the clock just struck midnight. we could have another defiant missile launch. april 15 is the 101st birthday of kim il song, the grandfather of the current leader, kim jong un. good morning, everyone. welcome to our live coverage. >> we do expect him to mark at this time day in some way. secretary of state kerry, in fact, in the reason, he disbliz japan, meeting with the leaders there. it's the last stop of his asian tour. why is he there? assuring them of america's commitment. at the same time, there is new video released on the north korean government web site, showing imagined targets for nuclear attacks within the united states. they show missiles hitting los angeles, washington, new york and for some reason, they seem to have mixed up arkansas for colorado. we go live to seoul, south korea. that's interesting, 30 miles from the border, where you are in south korea. what do you think? >> reporter: yeah
>> eric: high winds are causing problems all over the bay area. here is an example of damage, trees toppling into houses in san mateo. in san francisco, winds tore lose giant sheet metal from a theater. and home fell on cars and muni wires. i'm eric thomas. >> cheryl: i'm cheryl jennings. it knocked out to power to 20,000 people and left a medication of downed trees and debris behind. now, the cleanup is under way. it made a huge mess for drivers. ocean beach, high winds are blowing sand cross it,. a huge tree fell on gonzalez drive and it tore up the sidewalk. we have live coverage started with cornell bernard. >> list have just reopened 18th avenue after somebody noticed something strange and pretty dangerous at the top of this abandoned movie theater. a piece of the old marque blown lose by the high winds. >> a large piece of sheet metal hangs dangerously off the old theater. store owners below are uneasy. >> it could have killed somebody. >> san francisco police closed 18th avenue to keep pedestrians away as firefighters use a ladder truck to secure the russ if i piece of metal.
. that boxing bell went off in my head. >> dana: is that what you thought? >> eric: i'm more than willing to take the shot. did he -- he was talking about america getting back on its feet after terrorism or tragedies is the way i read that. it wasn't really going. >> dana: what about hit you? >> gitmo, fifth question down. talking about the hunger strike at gitmo. president obama doubled down on closing gitmo. here we are, what are we five years since he promised to close gitmo the last time. interestingly enough he kept it open to executive order. >> you didn't think virginia tech was odd to mention. >> eric: the question was should americans be afraid going forward. he said no, ball games and continue to run your marathon. really quickly, ed henry asked the most important question of all. >> dana: the question. do we have it? it was a great question. i'm offended on ed henry. [ laughter ] >> dana: my assistant has it to read for you. >> eric: i have two pages of notes from the press conference. he asked -- i'm assume talking about the benghazi. i'm quoting him, not familiar with this no
was hurt below. >> eric: here is a breakdown of some of the areas hit by wind related power outages. the power is still out at this intersection in actually and king roads. cars are treating the intersection a four-way stop. right now more than 6200 customers in the south bay are without power. 5500 homes and businesses are in the dark on the peninsula. in san francisco about 200 customers are impacted. live team coverage continues with amy hollyfield in redwood city. >> we've met people in redwood city who still don't have power right now. take a look at the damage they have to clean up. look at this sign that was knocked right over by the winds. there were examples of problems all over the peninsula. unfortunately in some cases, the wind did some serious damage. >> falling trees overnight did all kinds of damage. the power lines, cars and homes but one thing they all seemed to have in common, the terrifying sound they made when they came crashing down. >> it's not a good sound. you know something major has happened. >> on lowell street the tree branch that landed on power lines ca
. >> eric: i wanted to thank you for joining us on the special edition of the five. i'm eric boling. the governor and others will brief us shortly and we'll keep our camera on that and bring you the updated as soon as it starts. president obama for the first time called the attack terror. we'll also dig into the details of the devastating bomb blasts, heroic efforts of first responders, runners and bystanders and how this tough city and great country move forward after this cowardly act. bill hemmer has been on the scene and joins us. what the latest? >> reporter: good evening to you from massachusetts general. the surgeons came out about 90 minutes ago and one of the updates is truly stunning. they say they do not expected any of the patients here to lose any life. that is what they described as the good news. then they talked about people patients earlier today that came out of sedation that had their legs amp updated. they said they were happy to be alive. that is what is happening to the hospital. we move into the investigation, the forensics is the heart of this. what was the b
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tensions on the korean peninsula >> eric: new this morning, prosecutors in colorado movie theater shooting they will ask the death bailout against james holmes. this is new video of the parents arriving in court. d.a. said he made the decision after speaking with more than 800 victims and family members. he is charged with killing 12 people and wounding 58 others during a midnight screening of a movie last summer. his attorneys are expected to argue he is insane at the time of the shooting. >> prosecutors are high alert after a district attorney and his wife were found shot to death. there is extra security outside the courthouse. the killers are still on the loose. sources tell abc news the killer used an assault style rifle to shoot the district attorney and his wife saturday night. this happened a deputy district attorney was also shot down. >> why here in are we getting a assistant d.a. getting killed and a d.a.? >> they are reviewing cases brought by the two murder cases. >> south korean says the military will respond immediately if the north launches an attack. they declared a state
systems are go. >> eric: new this morning, prosecutors in colorado movie theater shooting they will ask the death bailout against james holmes. this is new video of the parents arriving in court. d.a. said he made the decision after speaking with more than 800 victims and family members. he is charged with killing 12 people and wounding 58 others during a midnight screening of a movie last summer. his attorneys are expected to argue he is insane at the time of the shooting. >> prosecutors are high alert after a district attorney and his wife were found shot to death. there is extra security outside the courthouse. the killers are still on the loose. sources tell abc news the killer used an assault style rifle to shoot the district attorney and his wife saturday night. this happened a deputy district attorney was also shot down. >> why here in are we getting a assistant d.a. getting killed and a d.a.? >> they are reviewing cases brought by the two murder cases. >> south korean says the military will respond immediately if the north launches an attack. they declared a state of war exist w
threats. police say eric williams is in custody but has not been named as suspect in the case. he lost his job last year after the d.a.'s office convicted him of theft. i'm arthel nevil. get you back to cavuto on business. for all the latest, log on to foxnews.com. you are watching the most powerful name in news, the fox news channel. >> neil: getting right to work, literally. boeing is shelling out billion dollars to expand assembly plant in south carolina. it's expected to create 2,000 jobs. in state that let's workers decide if they want to join a union or not, what they call right to work state. dagen is following me closely. what do you think? >> i think we need more right to work states. if you look at the last decade, faster economic growth in right to work states versus states where you have to sign up for union. >> neil: not all of them. >> some of them but broadly speaking when you do the averages, this is the last decade, 2000 through 2009, faster economic growth. >> i like the way she skipped over south carolina's economic growth zbloogd i'm not saying that. but the average do
, eric. i had a wonderful time. me, too. daphne: well, good night. eric: good night. ( sobbing ) i know we've only had a few dates but i'm already exhibiting the thgns of love: i can't stop thinking about him, i can't eat and i bought myself all new underwear. ree si we got to get her a girlfriend to talk to. i just got off the phone with maris. she's in arizona for the weekend. why? she was so shattered by the experience she had to fly er favorite spa to contemplate our marital future from a mud bath. well, it'll probably be good for mrs. crane. eric thinks the earth is very grounding. to h eric, eric, eric! must everything always be about eric? niles, may i suggest that when maris returns you have some intensive couples therapy? there's a reichian group... oh, blah, blah blah, blah. all maris needs to know is that you love her. buy her some flowers. fix her a romantic dinner when she gets home. that will any woman forgive you. think that will work? if it didn't you wouldn't be here. make well, i'd be willing to try, but it's impossible. our cook walked out in sympathy with maris. i c
sits on the eric draper comes longest-serving white house photographer to discuss his photographs which george w. bush. it is just over an hour and a half. >> "front row seat" is the book put together by eric draper. as a forward by president george w. bush. in this book on the u.s. the question, could a black kid from south central los angeles the photographer for the president of the united states? with the answer to the question? >> guest: that's a big yes. >> host: how did you get job? >> guest: in 2000 i was a staff photographer and that's my background is photojournalism. so i covered the campaign full-time for 18 months nearly. >> host: did you get to know the president in that kind of work? >> guest: you do. he spent a lot of time on the road, most of the other journalists and a lot of time at the campaign staff. i really didn't think about the job until after the election because you might remember the election wasn't decided that night. during the recount, that gave me the opportunity to pursue the position if governor bush had won the election. everything line up. it was perf
the shep page, foxnews.com/shep. your world is next. eric sitting in for neil today. goodbye. >> the job market taking a major hit. now is the media helping democrats make some major excuses for it? welcome everyone. i'm in for neil cavuto, this is "your world." 88,000, 88,000 -- how many jobs were created last month. well below the 200,000 expected. the jobless rate dipping to 7.6 % as more than americans simply stop looking for work. the labor force participation rate hitting it lowest level since jimmy carter was president. and now this from the "associated press." saying the weakness may signal some companies are worried about deep government spending, sequestration cuts, even though the bulk of the cuts have yet to kick in. harry reid also citing the cuts saying, quote, only congress can undo the serious effects of republicans harsh austerity. but no mention of the hike in the payroll tax which is blamed for consumers clamping down on spending, or a chamber of commerce study survey fining the healthcare law is now the biggest concern of and for employers. to market watch
. that is the problem. >> kimberly: what do you think of this. is harvard doing the right thing? >> eric: it's a performance. these lyrics are no different than any other rap liq on the street right now. you can't believe some of the lishgs. this is -- lyrics. >> i hear so much of this stuff you have no idea. every white 14-year-old boy in the suburbs think he is rapper. they all stand around in groups with free style like this. hopefully my son doesn't use those terms. i hope they are not doing it. they all think they are this guy. harvard, 18-22-year-olds, same kids. >> greg: this guy is not a big rapper. even music criticism they consider him a joke. >> bob: you thought christian song writers, this is harvard, you think they are going to do that? >> greg: that is my point. [ laughter ] >> number online petitions to get involved to have harvard reconsider the position of having him perform in an event. respecting those students that don't want to attend the performance, just don't go. still like to take part in yard fest but they are backing him up and he will perform late when people have
. walnut creek, one of the places where people's allergies are acting -p. erics are musen is there, live. >> i can tell you, just standing in the grass out here r ating. i was among those who had to take one of those allergy pills and pharmacists, some of them tell me keeping this stuff in stock has not been easy. >> another beautiful weekend in the bay area. >> but, it's been no day in the park for people battling allergies. >> it has been terrible. the worst probably i have ever experienced. usually, my nose runs and my eyes get red. >> reporter: relief for kirsten requires a full compliment of medication. >> i use zyrtec and i have a prescription medicine and i use inhalers as well. >> reporter: an early blast of pollen is taking its toll on all ages. experts say our warmer than normal spring could be partly to blame. trees, flowers and grass giving people a hard time. levels vary from one part of the bay area to another. trees and grasses have been trending higher in the past few weeks. in some areas, it sparked a run on all kinds of allergy medicine. >> i see all of the allergy drop
million. that wraps up our coverage. we will see you tomorrow. see next, booktv sits down with eric draper the longest-serving whitehouse photographer here to discuss his photographs of former president george w. bush. it's just over half an hour. >> "front row seat" is the name of the book and it was put together by eric draper on george w. bush. mr. draper in the book could a black kid from south-central los angeles be the photographer for the president of the united states? was the answer that question? >> guest: that's a big yes. >> host: how did you get the job? >> guest: back in 2000 i was assigned by the "associated press" to cover the bush campaign and i was the photographer. that is my background, photojournalism. i covered the campaign full-time for 18 months. >> host: did you get to know the president and that kind of work? >> guest: you do, you do. you spend a lot of time on the road mostly with other journalists and a lot of time with staff, campaign staff and i really didn't think about the job until actually after the election because you might remember the election wasn't d
care regution. - regulation. >> that's it. thanks for watching. senator rand paul joining eric boling on cashin now. >> big brother helping to bust the boaston bombers and now new calls for more security cameras over america to help save us from another attack. is more surveillance japidizing our rights. >> are you okay for surveillance caras. >> hell yeah. >> the more the better. >> tell save liveless. >> more the better. >> keep us safe. >> it is better to keep us safe. whatever we have to do to keep the public safe. >> it is moreonstitutional not to have them but happy they were caught. >> what are lawmakers going to do? senator rand paul is fired up about the debate and will talk about it. >> cashin keeping an eye out for you, right now. >> hi, everyone. i am eric boling, welcome to cashin in. senator you are a huge proposal of rights. where do you stand on the issui sir? >> the government is going to use cameras to watch us. they need to have probable cause and argument to use the constitution to do surveillance on us and then i am okay with it. but willie nilly and in ope
. whatever i learn about him, i will sell targeted advertisers. please welcome eric schmidt. ( cheers and applause ). eric, good to see you. thanks for coming back. this is great. sir, as the people may know, you're executive chairman of google, okay. >> yes. stephen: now you're the author of a new book called the new digital age, reshaping the future of people, nations and business. >> yes. it comes out today. >> stephen: it comes out today. it dropped, as we say in the world of hip hop. now do i actually have to read this? >> yes. stephen: it has the play thing on the front. can i just touch that? does a book download into my brain? >> it's 330 pages of words, no pictures, no diagrams. >> stephen: really? you know, the internet is full of pictures and diagrams. did you bring me google glass? >> no but we can get it. stephen: seriously. are you a qualified developer. >> stephen: of course i am. what does that mean? >> that means that you can program in java on android. >> stephen: [bleep] yeah. i love java. i have a cup every morning, man. now, did you come here in one of those drive
appropriate for kelly and annie. i have a son eric who's very smart. but he's a very charitiable guy. so i'm going to ask them to go see eric trump. >> but before we meet eric, you need to know why annie and kelly are so insistent on helping others. >> my life in the last three years has changed so dramatically that i wouldn't even recognize myself. >> kelly is annie's second husband. before that, she was happily married for 25 years to her first husband, paul, but sadly within months of be being diagnosed with a rare lung disease, he passed away. >> a couple weeks after his funeral, i had a notice that we were being foreclosed on. and i didn't have a clue that it was that bad. >> paul handled the finances and never told annie their farm was in foreclosure. her children were out of the home and grown. now her husband was gone. she felt so alone. >> there were mornings i drove home from work and i didn't want to go in the house, because i was so empty, i thought you're going to lose it all. where are you going to live? i'd sometimes turn the car around and go somewhere else because i didn't
it was such a moment of history and i know y'all love those events and eric, especially you would have loved it. you would have loved to meet everybody. the weather was perfect. the president's speeches were great. i have never seen mrs. bush as joyful as she was today surrounded by friends and family with this beautiful library and all of the support that she got. it was just truly amazing. and when 41 spoke and then when he stood for just that moment, there wasn't a dry eye anywhere in dallas. >> bob: dana, ohio did you get the sense that the five presidents were getting along? these are guys who this their differences on a lot of the things it seemed to me that they had rallied today and they felt very much of the elite club that they are. >> i think that they have tremendous respect for one another and then it's an standing that none of us who will ever be president could ever understand. i think they loved the library. they felt very welcomed here in dallas. all of the remarks were terrific. i could have sat and listened to it all day. and i also think that they really appreciated what presiden
wrecks. eric ericson says the chickens are coming home to roost. eric, certainly, they had to have been aware of some of these just basic math issues coming up. but now they say, shock and awe. >> neil, remember, nancy pelosi said you had too pass the bill to find out what was in it. it is amazing, if you listen to the democratic senators out there you would think this is another thing they inharenned from george w. bush it's actually their bill and they wrote and it did they not realize this when they wrote it? >> neil: here's what is weird. i'm not the sharpest tool in the shed but i remember this comment while i was in the shed: >> either of you -- [inaudible] >> i don't think you want me to waste my time to read every single word in the health care bill. you know why? it takes a real expert to know what the think it is. we hire experts. they're right here. they work for me. they work for secretary sebelius. >> neil: that's his way of saying, we have people. eric, you might have people. but apparently they missed this as well, and i don't think you had to be von braun to figure this
because as k.t. points out, the justice department, up to eric holder, because this judge who mirandized him, it was eric holder's decision. we may not come to any kind of independent or at least through this suspect, knowledge of how they were able to build this bomb. fox news was reporting today that this bomb was very sophisticated and it contained details that you can not find on the web. you could not find the particular mechanisms of this bomb in the al-qaeda inspire on-line magazine where they claim they got all the information. so the question is, and how do we get this information? how did they get the details to build this bomb and did they actually have person to person bomb training and with whom? >> well, i would assume that tamerlan, when he went to russia, he got that bomb training. he certainly in his own experts, have told everybody on the news he didn't go there for six months and watch tv. he was going there for a specific reason. he was radicalized. he vocalized. he got kicked out of his mosque. he was seeking some kind of training recognition. he wanted to join and b
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